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Carnivorous Plants


Published 1955


Photomicrography reveals the unusual structure and behavior of the Venus's flytrap, the trumpet plant, the cobra plant, the common pitcher plant, the sundew plant and the utricularia.


Producer Moody Institute of Science
Audio/Visual sound, color

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 13, 2015
Subject: As David Bowie said, "Don't believe in God and plants..."

Nice colorful film here about yes, evil plants in the plant kingdom. Venus fly traps, pitcher plants and the ilk. And why are they there? Well, since this is a Moody Science Film, the only reason is, because GOD put them there! Yes, there is a real cheesy level here because of the religious factor, and the host just oozes the heebie jeebies. Although this is nowhere near as good as all the Prelinger Science in Action movies, these do have their charm. Plus it;s in amazing color.
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